We celebrated an exciting reunion this week. phx21-1409 has returned to the original hands that assembled it back in June of 2014. After 3 ½ years in the field, Tim Reynolds, a phx21 Super Star, couldn’t believe his eyes when the unit hit his tool bench. “This is the unit’s first repair. It still has its original pump.” Tim exclaimed while reviewing the analyzer.
The phx21-1409 analyzer has monitored 100,759 components since it joined the ISS fleet on July 1, 2014. For a phx21 to last this long, and be passed around many field technicians, shows consistent training and organized supervision has paid off. With proper handling, frequent filter management, and routine maintenance your phx21 could be the next phx21 we spotlight.
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